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Secretary of State John Kerry said Thursday the administration was in favor of exporting liquefied natural gas to Ukraine as a way of reducing its energy dependency on Russia. But after he noted that the Department of Energy has already given approval for six LNG export terminals, he was reminded that more than 20 others are awaiting a decision.

Appearing before the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Kerry was asked by committee chairman Rep. Ed Royce (R-Calif.) about allowing the export of LNG to Ukraine, a step Royce said would “send a powerful signal” to Russia and create American jobs.